Since its inception in 1991, the Training and Placement (T&P) Cell of the Institute provides training, placement and career development opportunities to its students, while simultaneously conducting Industry–Institute interactions, Public relations and awareness programmes, Entrepreneurship Development Programmes and Student Career Counseling.

Industrial Training programmes for the students being a compulsory requirement in partial fulfillment of the curriculum, the T&P Cell organizes such programmes for a period of 30-45 days at the end of the pre-final year during summer vacation. These trainings are conducted in reputed organizations such as IOC, OIL Ashok Leyland, ONGC, Gammon India Ltd, HPC, NIC, DRDO, NESAC, Damodar Valley Corporation, Power Grid Corporation of India Ltd., NBCC, L&T, CPWD, CIAE, ICAR, Mother Diary, RFRI, NEIST, Stock Holding Corporation of India, NEDFI, HCL, etc.

The T&P Cell is also instrumental in counseling the final year students in securing jobs in consonance with their knowledge and skills by organizing campus interviews and at the same time exploring various other avenues for their placements. It organizes workshops for the pre-final and final year students to provide them with   sufficient exposure in areas pertaining to their recruitment and selection, and to facilitate their entry into leading and highly professional organizations. Some of the prominent organizations that conducted campus interviews in the Institute recently include Energy Infra Tech Limited, Star Cement, Wireless TT Info services Limited, WIPRO Technology, Tata Tele Services, Zaloni Inc, Soma Enterprises, PRADAN, SRIJAN, Met Life India Insurance, Vedanta Aluminum Ltd, NHPC, Indian Army, Indian Navy, etc.

Apart from the companies stated above, the students of the Institute are also placed in other prestigious industries/organizations such as ABB (Asia Brown Boveri),  APTECH Computer Education; AT&T, Bells Laboratory, Texas Instruments, Ericsson (USA), CDC, C–DOT, CMC Ltd, Crompton Greaves, Fujitsu Network Switching of America Inc., HCL-HP  Ltd., Hero Cycles, Hewlett Packard (Hong Kong) Ltd., Hindustan Cables, Hindustan Paper Corporation, Indian Railways (through IES), Modi Olivetti, Motorola (India) Electronics Private Ltd., National Informatics Centre,  NIIT, Oil India Ltd., PCL, Philips India, Reliance Industries, Shipping Corporation of India, Siemens, Steel Authority of India Ltd., Tata Telecom, TCS, Videocon, Wipro Ltd, etc.

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